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Godzilla, world’s most revered monster, now arrives on home video

The king of the monsters is reborn as Home Entertainment Services by Sony DADC releases this science – fiction monster film Godzilla on 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD & Auto-play DVD. 391 more words


"Godzilla" on DVD (2014, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Bryan Cranston, Ken Watanabe)

When 2 giant creatures (called MUTO: Massive, Unidentified, Terrestrial Organism) lying dormant for years finally awaken to multiply and wreak some serious havoc on Earth, Godzilla emerges to fight his natural enemy and restore balance to the planet. 368 more words


Godzilla (2014) Movie Review

Let’s say you got invited to a party and were told that Godzilla, the king of movie monsters, was going to be in attendance. You get there and for a while, you hear quite a bit of backstory about him. 562 more words


Godzilla (2014) Guest Review by Jorge Herrera

So for quite a while now, the Hollywood blockbuster has seen some shaky ground as far as quality film is concerned. You’ve had garbage pile up ruthlessly onto the big screen (ie. 297 more words


Mr. Sato shows up in costume, is the first to purchase an iPhone 6 Plus, meets Ken Watanabe AGAIN

With the goal of being the first in line to purchase an iPhone 6 Plus, Mr. Sato, our most outlandish reporter, parked himself in front of the Marunouchi Docomo store on September 15. 376 more words


The Lizard King

New ‘Godzilla’ stomps onto Blu-ray with eco-message


Blu-ray $35.95 (Warner Bros. Home Entertainment)

Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Ken Watanabe, Juliette Binoche and David Strathairn lead the international cast in this rompin’, stompin’ remake of the Japanese sci-fi classic, about everyone’s favorite radioactive dino’ from the depths of the Pacific, which comes with fully updated special effects—and a whopping message about scientific arrogance and ecological balance that’s almost as loud as Godzilla’s hair-raising, master-blaster roar. 36 more words

Neil Pond

Godzilla (2014)


There is a terrible accident at a nuclear power plant in Japan, in which an American scientist/engineer (Bryan Cranston) loses his wife (Juliette Binoche). A multinational organization covers up the true source of the catastrophe – a monster attack. 916 more words